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Article from BTNews 4 APRIL 2016

Berlin Tegel for Flybe plus Cardiff too

Flybe is to launch a new daily route between Cardiff and Berlin Tegel as part of expanded winter schedules with the first flight on Sunday 27 November. It is also adding a special series of flights from the Welsh capital to London City Airport to assist with the closure of Severn Tunnel rail link between 12 September and 21 October (see also BTN 14 March LCY to Tegel).

Flybe says it will offer a total of 3,000 weekly flights on 114 routes this winter, with 24 summer routes being carried through to winter for the first time. They include Birmingham to Luxembourg, Manchester to Lyon and London City to Paris CDG.

The carrier has also increased frequencies and improved flight schedules on key business routes, including Aberdeen to Manchester (up to seven flights per day), Aberdeen to Birmingham (up to four flights per day) and Birmingham to Amsterdam (up to six flights per day).

Birmingham to Berlin Tegel will be twice-daily Monday to Friday; Cardiff to Glasgow increases to twice-daily, and Edinburgh to London City will have up to seven flights per day. Exeter to Glasgow is increased to daily except Saturdays and Southampton to Amsterdam will have up to five flights per day.

The airline says that the ‘One Stop to the World’ service connecting through its various codeshare partners at Birmingham and Manchester airports is working particularly well.  www.flybe.com

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